Rainbow Funfetti Hand Dyed Yarn is a stunning yarn sprinkled in a rainbow of speckles, pictured here in 100% Merino Single Ply and Deluxe Sock.
Please note : Whilst I follow the same dye process every time, this colourway never, ever comes out exactly the same. Due to the nature of the dye process, especially when using excessive speckles, skeins are completely unique even when dyed in the same batch.
Each skein is 100g and can be dyed in a choice of bases to suit your chosen project.
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Hand knitting is a real labour of love and we care about your precious hand knits like they were our own. We are committed to using high quality, machine washable fibres, dyed by hand in small batches using only professional dyes. Orders containing multiple skeins of the same colour will all be dyed together in one dye lot to reduce colour variances.
Our yarns are super soft and squishy, and come in a choice of bases to bring your next project to life. Our Dyed to Order listings ship within 14 days of ordering, and often much quicker, so you can cast on your next project as quickly as possible.
**Please note that all skeins are hand-dyed and therefore no two skeins are identical. While we use the same colours, and the same dye technique each time, there can be quite dramatic differences between skeins even when dyed side by side. This particularly true if you purchase across different dye lots. If using more than one skein for a project, we suggest alternating skeins to more evenly blend colour differences, and to prevent colour pooling.
**We aim for our photographs to accurately reflect the colours however there may be colour differences between different screens and monitors. Pictures may show yarn after being re-skeined, and therefore show a different alignment of the yarn to the originally aligned skein which you recieve. This has no effect on the way in which the yarn colours present themselves whilst being used.